Gitl HEVC/H.265 Analyzer is an open-source tool for bitstream analysis for HEVC/H.265 .
It is released under modified Apache License 2.0. If you want to use it for commercial purpose, please write us an email about your work. If you are not using it to develop weapons, produce or sell illegal drugs, and if you are not a terrorist, we will give your a commercial version for free.
If you are using our analyzer in your paper, please add a footnote or reference to our work
(Not working on Mac OS X for now. Fixing..)
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(If the binary is unstable on your system, please compile the source code)
Windows (64 bit):
For Linux & Mac OS X users, please compile the source code
If you find any bugs, you are welcomed to open new issues.
This work was partially supported by:
National Natural Science Foundation, P.R.China, under Grant 61173081
Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, P.R.China, under Grant S2011020001215.
First, all the commercial HEVC analyzers are too expensive.
Second, we need to draw additional graphics on the analysis results. It supports custom filters. In fact, all the features are implemented via custom filters.
Program structures (coming soon)
How to write a custom filter (coming soon)
Support YUV420 (8bit) bitstream.
For historical reasons, besides formal HEVC bitstream, it also supports bitstreams generated by older HM encoders (HM-4.0, HM-5.2, HM-10.0 and HM-12.0).
Written in C++ with Qt5 (c++11 support required) You should get and install Qt 5.1.0 or higher.
git clone https://github.com/lheric/GitlHEVCAnalyzer.git GitlHEVCAnalyzer
cd GitlHEVCAnalyzer git submodule update --init --recursive git submodule update --recursive
3a. Build on linux:
qmake -qt=qt5 GitlHEVCAnalyzer.pro -r "CONFIG+=Release" make
3b. Build on windows:
qmake GitlHEVCAnalyzer.pro -r "CONFIG+=Release" make
3c. Build on macosx:
# in case you don't have qt5 installed # brew install qt5 qmake GitlHEVCAnalyzer.pro -r "CONFIG+=Release" make
Instead of the building on the command line , Qt Creator is supported. Clone this project and its submodules, then open
GitlHEVCAnalyzer.pro in Qt Creator.
School of Software, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, P.R.China
Author: Huang Li (李璜)
Supervised by Prof. Hongyang CHAO
Hongyang Chao (朝红阳)
School of Software
Sun Yat-sen University